Board of Directors
Tracy Breadmore Lammas
Tracy’s work experience spans working in community development, community and adult education, and community regeneration. She has worked as a Volunteer School Governor, VSO, and a Trustee and Chair for a Mental Health Charity. She currently volunteers as a Director for a trading subsidiary of a local Mental Health Charity.
Tracy works for Domestic Abuse Service, a Charity that supports victims and their families. Her role is to support people in their recovery by helping to understand their situation and to help them take steps to a brighter and healthier future.
She has vast experience developing community educational opportunities for adults working with communities across South Wales and has also worked with young people leaving care and older people at the risk of isolation and loneliness.
Tracy is a mother and grandmother; She loves to spend her spare time with them in her garden. She likes to swim and catch up with friends when she can.
Tracy is looking forward to further supporting the Food and Nutrition Foundation as she takes up her new role as a board member.
Dr. Mukuka Mulenga Hagane - Board Member
Dr Mukuka Mulenga-Hagane is a Lecturer, Researcher and Consultant at Zambia’s prestigious university, The University of Zambia. Her research interests are in education and development, education law and HIV/AIDS issues in education.
Dr Hagane believes in value and relevance. She is sincere, funny, humane and lives in pursuit of all that is pure.
Katherine Mwila Kabaso - Board Member
Mwila Katherine Kabaso is a Play therapist with over 20 years of work experience. She holds a diploma in child psychology and certificates in child counseling and portage (a program working with special needs children in their home settings as well.
Katherine volunteered to work at Archie Hinchcliffe Disability Initiative (ADHD), An organization that works with disabled children.
She has a passion for children, and It gives her so much joy to see children learn new skills daily, putting smiles on their parent’s faces.